Remarks on the National Economy in Wakarusa, Indiana

Obama, Barack H.
August 2009
Daily Compilation of Presidential Documents;8/5/2009, Special section p1
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The article presents the text of remarks delivered by U.S. President Barack H. Obama on August 5, 2009 in which he discussed the state of the national economy in Wakarusa, Indiana. He noted the impact of the global recession on employment and health insurance and savings in Wakarusa and Elkhart County. He explained in detail the reasons behind the passage of the Recovery or the economic stimulus package plan.


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